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Duhhaag Says:
Iron Man #16 (v1) : Man, what a whacky lay-out.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Avengers #20 (v1) : It's a fun issue, and it's hard to understand why Avengers, F4, Spidey, Dr. Strange were getting much better stories than Iron Man, Captain America (the Sleepers, ugh) and Shield around this time...
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #49 (v1) : This is a story that I enjoyed even though I'm still disappointed that Marvel decided to go this route. One of the main reasons I enjoy Ant-Man stories is because, unlike every other superhero, he has to come up with unique, creative ways to defeat his villains, and not brute strength. Ant-Man stories, for all their faults, were inherently different from everything else going on in Marvel because he was smaller and had only a regular person's strength. Now, with Giant Man, he's just a taller version of the Thing, the Hulk, Beast, and every other hero who solves problems by smashing. I loved his connection to the ant world, and how he relied on ants to carry out his missions. I liked how he constructed miniature cannons to fire him off to different locations. Basically, by becoming Giant Man, everything that I loved about the Ant-Man character is done away with.

As I said, I liked this story, and the cover image is one that has stuck with me over the years. I just hate the idea of Giant Man.
 
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Wady Says:
Iron Man #33 (v1) : Well that's Nick Fury for you
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #47 (v1) : I liked this issue a lot. The Melter had a great plan to destroy Stark, had real motivation to do so, and was a legitimate threat to Iron Man. The stress that Stark was going through as his projects were being ruined, the repairs he needed done immediately, having to dodge constant demands for his attention, and not knowing how he was going to defeat the Melter felt real. This was very effective, and maybe one of the best issues in the series to date.
 
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specialque Says:
Journey into Mystery #98a (v1) : The Cobra sucked. I just don't like that character at all. However, I liked Tales of Asgard a lot, and it redeems the comic.
 
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Wady Says:
Iron Man #32 (v1) : It had to many parts to be so short still might be a begginer for future ideas
 
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Shark Says:
X-Men #24 (v1) : I hate bugs, and this issue (with its ridiculous villain and bland ending) doesn't help at all for a good reading.
 
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Daredevil Says:
Strange Tales #131a (v1) : Hmmm, the Thing ducks, so something which is strong enough to beat him, hits the dam and breaks?!
 
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Daredevil Says:
Strange Tales #130a (v1) : I think that is probably the best Dr Strange story so far, three or maybe even four stars, but the other story makes no sense at all. How is it that three criminals without superpowers can almost beat The Human Torch and the Thing?
 
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specialque Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #6 (v1) : Flash: "Duh, wouldn't you know we'd find bookworm Parker here!"
Um, dumbass...you're there, too.
The Lizard's great, JJ's a douche for tearing up those photos.
Spidey's poem at the end was really stupid, but hey, Peter's a teen, so it makes sense.
Loved it!
 
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specialque Says:
X-Men #2 (v1) : Even when I was a kid I thought how the Prof defeated the Vanisher was really, really creepy.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Avengers #19 (v1) : Quite good indeed, we have Hawkeye's backstory, Cap's letter to twist the plot and the 3 newest Avengers having to work as a team by themselves.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Fantastic Four #79 (v1) : A decent enough issue with the predictable outcome, but those last four panels...just completely heart-breaking.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Fantastic Four #78 (v1) : I'm surprised that the questions regarding what exactly the baby will be didn't arise till now. It seems like that would be the very first thing that they'd bring up to drum up some suspense.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Fantastic Four #77 (v1) : Kind of a disappointing arc. Galactus never actually tried much of anything, the Fantastic Four didn't actually do much of anything about him; Silver Surfer just ended up conveniently finding a planet for him, and ultimately nothing really changed for him or the FF. Also why is Surfer so depressed about being stuck on earth? He found his new roaming grounds in the Microverse. Why doesn't he just go back there?
 
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Anonymous Says:
Fantastic Four #2 (v1) : For the first time, the Skrulls invade earth to wreak havoc on those who have brought hope with their incredible powers.
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Captain Marvel #16 (v1) : That's a lot of text balloons!
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Captain Marvel #2 (v1) : Captain Marvel isn't bad, but I think that this whole secret identity/evil guy wanting his gal thing will get real old real quick.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Doctor Strange #170 (v1) : Meh story with a really lame ending, but I'll forgive a lot for art this fantastic.
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #20 (v1) : That Watcher is full of crap. "I can never interfere!" *the Watcher proceeds to interfere*
A great issue though. I liked the Molecule Man. I liked the solution that they pulled out of their rears to beat him, too.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Fantastic Four #1 (v1) : Four great characters introduced in an amazing story that will start an amazing adventure of friendship and loyalty. WOW!
 
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specialque Says:
Strange Tales #114a (v1) : This was a good story with a weak ending. I'm glad that this was a test run and not Cap's real debut. Having him come back in Strange Tales would be like Apple debuting the new iPhone on the friggin' E! network. The Dr. Strange story was OK, but if that wasn't really him in the room, why the frantic need to get the candles snuffed out?
 
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Wady Says:
Incredible Hulk #140 (v1) : I love the fact that Bruce Banner with all the power of the Hulk is powerless while the Hulk's strength comes from his resilience to give up.
 
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DaLion Says:
Journey into Mystery #103a (v1) : Very good for the 60's
 
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DaLion Says:
Journey into Mystery #103a (v1) : Great stuff I really enjoyed this one, for 1964 really outstanding stuff
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : 2 stars for the iffy time nonsense and the disappointing conclusion to a relatively decent story arc, but an extra star for finally ditching Mike.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Giant-Size Dracula #2 : The cover reminds me of Homer choking Bart. But that's definitely not Marge in the background.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #61 (v1) : Another winner! A fine finish to the story arc, and with tantalizing teasers of the Green Goblin to boot. What more could you ask for?
 
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Wady Says:
Fantastic Four #118a (v1) : It's a nice story to open the sequence of the liberation of the Sanctuary. I did love the short story especially since Reed had to take the full blow for his mistake.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #48 (v1) : Why the hell doesn't ol' Porky here just drown Ant-Man by lightly pressing his finger down on him while he's in the tub? That dumbass deserved to have his plans foiled.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1) : The lame amnesia plot line is over, Aunt May's health is improving, and the Kingpin is back! All in all a great issue after a string of pretty average tales.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #46 (v1) : Wow. Stark's actions at the end of this story aren't just questionable...they're flat-out morally WRONG. I get that the commies were our enemies at the time, and I get that each country was trying to one-up the other with technology, but to win someone over to your side with lies instead of enlightenment is really disgusting. Seriously, I would have preferred one of those typical stories where a communist is shown just how awesome Democracy is and how great things are in the US to just winning them over by deceit. This whole "win by whatever means necessary" ending is completely against what superheroes at this time were supposed to represent.
 
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specialque Says:
Journey into Mystery #97a (v1) : I'm giving this one a grade higher than I typically would because I really liked Tales of Asgard. The Thor story was good, and even though it threatens to become tedious, I like the Thor/Loki dynamic, even if Lava Man isn't much of a villain. Thor's love life isn't as bad as I thought it was going to be, and the ending was pretty good. I can see myself at some point really getting into Thor, because his universe is starting to flesh out and get interesting to me.
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #19 (v1) : This was a good story, and I liked the twist on how and why Rama was in ancient Egypt. I'm trying to avoid spoilers for most of these books, but it seems clear that Rama's going to show up again latter, so this was a good introduction to his character. I also liked the implication that he's related to Doom. Also, I liked the pathos in the ending.
 
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Kez Says:
Marvel Feature #6 (v1) : Wow, Jan's a moron.
 
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pik.asso Says:
Fantastic Four #24 (v1) : Dark Knight, I can completely understand that! I think this happens to me, too..
 
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pik.asso Says:
Fantastic Four #26 (v1) : I don't know why, but I like the stories much better in which two or more of our heroes fight together. And this one with ALL of them together in two issues was just GREAT!
 
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Calthor Says:
Vampire Tales #5 : That might just be the most bloody, brutal, graphic death in the Order so far (the gun-shot that splattered Brock's brains in the lighthouse). I loved it.
 
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Calthor Says:
Vampire Tales #4 : This one was actually very cool, and very gritty.
 
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